Ryu Hyun-jin, who became nimble after quitting a late-night snack, started live pitching this week… ML return is not far

 Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto Blue Jays), a ‘Korean monster’ who underwent left elbow surgery last June, starts live pitching this week. 

According to a Toronto sports media ‘Sportsnet’ report on the 14th 메이저사이트(Korean time), coach John Schneider said, “Ryu Hyun-jin will start live pitching this week” ahead of the away game against the Baltimore Orioles on the 14th. 

Ryu Hyun-jin, who recorded 75 wins and 45 losses with an average ERA of 3.27 in 175 major league games (1003⅓ innings), left 2 wins and an average ERA of 5.67 in 6 games (27 innings) last year. He ultimately missed the big league mound, last pitching on June 2 of last year as he underwent Tommy John surgery. 

Ryu Hyun-jin digested intense training and transformed into a sharper figure through thorough diet management. Ryu Hyun-jin’s goal is to join the starting lineup in the second half. He said, “I am preparing hard so that I can become a member of Toronto from the second half. He said his goal is to come back in the second half.” 

Toronto’s starting lineup, consisting of Kevin Gaussman, Jose Berrios, Chris Bassitt, and Yusei Kikuchi, is holding up well, but Alec Manoa is experiencing an unexpected slump, making it somewhat uneasy. If Ryu Hyun-jin recovers his normal condition and joins the starting lineup, mound management is expected to become even easier. 

If Ryu Hyun-jin returns right after the All-Star break, Toronto will no longer have any reason to reinforce the starting lineup in the trade market. 

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